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overkill pro?

I'm looking to add some sound dampener to my ranger trucks doors and plan on using second skin products to do it. The first layer will be a layer of damplifer material. Then I'm thinking of putting overkill on top of that. However I'm not sure if i should get overkill pro or just the regular overkill for the doors.

What I'm wondering is if it will fit in there behind the power windows. Has anyone here with a ranger successfully installed overkill pro inside the doors?

here's the difference in specs.

overkill specs:
Thickness .125 in (3.17 mm)
Mass/Area .013 lbs/Sq.Ft. (.063 kg/m)
Heat Tolerance 225 F (107 C)
Sheets 24inX54in (60.96cmX137.16cm)

Overkill pro specs:
Specifications:
Thickness .375 in (9.52 mm)
Mass/Area .174 lbs/Sq.Ft. (.849 kg/m)
Heat Tolerance 225 F (107 C)
Sheets 24inX54in (60.96cmX137.16cm)
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doh well nm i went ahead and googled it and found out it should fit so i went ahead and ordered it
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I used fat mat when i did mine and only did one layer. Man the difference it made was amazing.
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yeah I'm hoping this will do the same especially behind the speakers. The only problem is I haven't found a good adhesive to use as of yet. Overkill pro doesn't come with adhesive. I will be putting it over damplifier. Any suggestions on that part? otherwise I'll probably just go to home depot after it arrives and see what they have for adhesives.
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3m spay stuff usually works good but i dont know for that stuff.
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Overkill pro is just a thicker version of over kill. I'd start with 2 layres of sound deadener. If you feel like there is too much wind noise or the truck sounds hollow then add overkill or overkill pro.
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